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by Kyzia Maramara

Since most of us can’t swing by our favorite cafes anymore, now is the perfect time to get into making your own coffee. There’s something amazing about being able to replicate your favorite brew at home or, even better, discovering your own taste with nothing but simple equipment and fresh coffee beans. Build your own coffee corner at home by purchasing local and premium coffee beans from the stores below.


Yagam Coffee


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Yagam Coffee sources all their coffee beans from the indigenous farmers in the highlands of the Cordillera. Their Cordillera Single Origin Coffee is shade-grown Arabica roasted in small batches to ensure freshness. Each order starts at 100g for Php 160, the roast level and grind size can be specified. If you’re not sure which kind of coffee to choose, you can get a 3-Pack Tasting Sample set for Php 820, which includes their Single Origin best-sellers.

Log on to Yagam Coffee’s website to place your orders.

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Yardstick is an independent coffee company in Makati that’s well-loved by local coffee enthusiasts and connoisseurs. If you miss visiting their café for the perfect brew, you can get their coffee blends and Single Origins online starting at Php 600 for 250g. They offer coffee blends such as Bagobo Tribe (which hails from Davao Del Sur) and Danilo Salazar coffee beans (which originate from West Valley, Costa Rica).

Log on to Yardstick’s website to explore more coffee bean variants and coffee equipment and tools.

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Sinag Coffee Roastery


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Since 2014, Sinag Coffee has been helping the Mangyan community bring sustainably-sourced premium coffee to the mainstream market. They offer FastDrip Coffee, Single Origin Premium Coffee, and Commercial Coffee Beans. Arabica dark and medium roast, Barako, Benguet, and Espresso blend, and Robusta medium and dark roast are all available starting 250g for Php 150. You also have the option to have your coffee in whole coffee beans or in coarse, medium, and fine grind.

Aside from coffee, they also have bakes and brews, coffee equipment and tools, and curated boxes. Log on to Sinag Coffee Roastery’s website for your orders.




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Marikina-based Beanhi offers coffee blends that come in 250g, 500g, and 1kg sizes with prices starting at Php 105. Their available coffee bean blends include Sagada medium and dark, Espresso, Benguet, Barako, Green Coffee. Their flavored coffee menu includes Hazelnut, Vanilla, and Macadamia.

As part of their sustainability efforts, Beanhi offers its Bamboo Packages which consist of bamboo tumblers, mugs, and drip coffee. Visit them on Facebook for orders.


Everyday Coffee Roasters


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Fresh coffee beans from Mount Apo, Davao, Kapangan, Benguet, Mankayan, Benguet, and Mount Matutum, South Cotabato are available at Everyday Coffee Roasters. These start at 200g for Php 450 and can be ordered either whole or ground. Aside from local coffee, the online store also has beans sourced from Africa, Central America, and Southeast Asia.

Log on to Everyday Coffee Roasters’ website for orders and inquiries.

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Good Coffee


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Good Coffee sources their beans from local farmers and growers in the Cordillera mountains. They offer Sagada Medium Roast Pure Arabica, Kalinga Medium Roast Pure Robusta, Benguet Dark Roast, Barako Medium Roast, and Espresso Dark Roast in 250g, 500g, and 1kg sizes. Their flavored coffee lineup includes Macadamia, Hazelnut, Caramel, Vanilla, Baileys, and Double Chocolate. The prices start at Php 110 for the pure and blended coffee beans and Php 160 for the flavored coffee.

Visit Good Coffee on Facebook for inquiries and orders.


Coffee Buddy

Mandaluyong-based Coffee Buddy champions high-quality coffee that’s easy on the pocket. They have Barako, Benguet, Kalinga, Espresso, and Sagada that come in 250g and 1kg sizes. You can get a 250g pack for as low as Php 125 and that’s either whole beans or ground coffee. Their flavored coffee comes in Hazelnut, Mocha, Vanilla, Caramel, Butterscotch, and Macadamia. Coffee Buddy also sells Drip Coffee and tools and equipment like French presses and grinders.

Place your orders through Shopee and visit Coffee Buddy on Facebook for updates and information.


Caffeine Brothers

Caffeine Brothers source their coffee beans all over the Philippines. They have Robusta, Arabica, Liberica or Kapeng Barako, and their own blend, CB’s Finest. These come in 200g, 400g, 800g, and 1kg packs for as low as Php 190. Caffeine Brothers promise same-day delivery if you place your order before 12 noon and it’s confirmed by the crew. You can also request your coffee to be ground for free.

Place your orders through their Lazada store and visit Caffeine Brothers on Facebook for updates and information.


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This article was republished with permission from 8List.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.

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